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Godaddy’s official twitter account just tweeted this and so I checked. Well indeed, meh. But it’s a bit confusing because they tweeted $2.47 and when I got to page it says $2.49. I just said $2.95, assuming that has ICAN Fee added.
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This will probably be limited to a number of orders. So grab it while you can! There might be another one next time though, Godaddy needs a lot of catching up with the number of customers they’ve lost ever since SOPA issues have arisen.
Recently, Google launched their Google Drive. This service competes with Skydrive, Dropbox and other similar storage services. I haven’t tried it out yet but I can tell it’s another awesome feature to their services (next to their awesome Android phones!)
Aside from their new service, additional 3 GB (at most) has been added to Gmail accounts. I checked it myself and from 7 GB+ it was over 10 GB. Not that I use much of it, but really handful of storage memory for us, eh?
Personally, I think Google is the way these days. I’m going to try out Google Drive as of speaking and see how it goes
Have you tried it?
Parents of today are probably very problematic because making your kids happy (especially if they’re spoiled) takes a lot of effort and cost.
Yoyo vs iPad!
That for some reason, their wants are closely becoming a “need” as they find excuses and of course if parents’ can provide – why not? Hopefully, they are disciplined in a way. Gone are the days when the only problems of kids were where to get a good yo yo string or how to get a new set of crayons and pens. Hello to expenses on iTunes and Google Play. Luckily, there are some other ways you can buy all these for your kids.
In other countries, including ours Blackberry subscription isn’t very affordable. They are often costly and if not, very limited. But good thing there are applications than can somehow be of help if one does not plan to go for a monthly subscription. One of the most useful application of such that I have been using is Logic Mail. I found it through Crackberry Superstore application.
Logic Mail for Blackberry
More info at logicmail.org. Logic Mail lets you check your emails through wifi and internet data. Since I’m just mostly at home I just check mine through wifi whenever I get lazy to pick up and open my laptop. You’ll just have to know your correct email settings (imap,pop,smtp). You can attach pictures and files using it as well.
The only thing missing in this application is that you have to open it to know if you have a new email. Unlike the built-in email client for Blackberry that sends notification. Well, at least you can send email without the need to pay bucks for subscriptions.
You can’t download it via Appworld. But it can be downloaded over the air using this link: http://logicmail.org/ota